I'm not a big fan of sauce, but if I do use it, I like Rudy's Sauce!
Of course! I would say Rudy's is one of the best I've had.
Oh and I prefer sweet sauce or strong sauce to weak sauce.
For really good BBQ, you don't need sauce! Just ask the folks in Lockhart. But, I do love the Salt Lick's sauce. I own a good bit of it.Russell
Regardless of which meat, if it's overcooked and dry, I add sauce. But, if cooked properly, only lean (or extra lean) brisket and the breast of a chicken need sauce. My favorite sauces are The Salt Lick's (Driftwood) and City Market's (Luling). They're quite similar and distinct from all the "red" sauces. As the reds go, I like thin and tangy (such as the sauces at Opie's, Rudy's, and Schoepf's), not the really thick ones.
My favorite sauce is the new SuckleBusters BBQ Sauce,http://www.texasfood.com/SuckleBusters-BBQ-Sauce.html
I don't have as much experience as ya'll (I need more Man Up trips under my belt!), but my vote goes to Rudy's ... Mmmm ... You could get me to eat cardboard if you put some Rudy's sauce and pickles on it!
Yes. I've only been to Opie's, Rudy's, and The Salt Lick, but I like a vinegar-based sauce.
IMHO, I make a pretty good tomato based sauce. It has an Apple Bourbon taste to it. But if I had to pick from sauces used in Real BBQ Joints I've been to, My Top 5 would be, Black's, Salt Lick, Chisholm Trail, Spring Creek (The one behind the counter) and of course mine. I'd put it up against anyone of these places.
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